The Peruvian capital will soon have a public transport master plan drafted by Ineco and another Spanish engineering company, Typsa. The two companies won an international tender called by Peru’s Autonomous Electric Transportation System Authority (AATE), part of the Ministry of Transport and Communications, with the cooperation of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The plan, which has a time horizon of 2050, will analyse demand, define a fare policy and determine the location of the metro’s interchange stations with future suburban lines. It will also include master plans for the metro and other transportation systems (bus and metrobus), and strategic environmental assessment of the projects, among other aspects.