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Mexico's national water authority Conagua will carry out maintenance work on line II of the federal district's Cutzamala potable water system from June 23-25.
The authority is spending 50mn pesos (US$4.24mn) on the work, which involves replacing a pipeline and placing 14 seals to reduce losses.
The federal district and Mexico state (Edomex) governments planned to increase local water supply before and after the work, to allow Mexico City water utility SACM and Edomex utility CAEM to secure an adequate water supply during the cut.
In addition, Conagua will supply 60% of water to the Mexico valley metropolitan area and Toluca city via the network's line 1 while work is taking place.