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  • The San Diego Project, more popularly referenced as the San Diego Aqueduct, is a system of four aqueducts in the U.S. state of California, supplying about 90 percent of the water supply for the city of San Diego. The system comprises the First and Second San Diego Aqueducts, carrying water from the Colorado River west to reservoirs on the outskirts of San Diego. The 70-mile First Aqueduct consists of the pipelines 1 and 2, which run from the Colorado River Aqueduct near San Jacinto, California, to the San Vicente Reservoir, approximately 15 miles northeast of the city. Pipelines 3 and 4 make up the 94-mile Second Aqueduct. Together, these four pipelines have a capacity of 826 cubic feet per second. The smaller, 12.5-mile Fallbrook-Ocean Branch branches from the First Aqueduct into Morrow Reservoir. The La Mesa-Sweetwater Branch originates from the First Aqueduct, flowing into the Sweetwater Reservoir. Wikipedia

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