According to a local paper, Brazil's incoming government has picked Levy to expand relationships with multilateral lenders. He is currently CFO at the World Bank.
The works required an investment of US$17mn and entailed improvements on a 40km stretch of road. The project was originally started in 2012, but was delayed by heavy rains.
Powerful business associations argue that early renewal would guarantee more private investments.
Expanding the subway network in Fortaleza, capital of Brazil's Ceará state, had been on hold since 2015.
Under the administration of president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the infrastructure projects for which state governments seek federal funds must first submit their proposals to the interior ministry.
Argentina establishes integrity framework for PPP trust