The Sorgenti district of Livorno lies between Via Provinciale Pisana, Viale Carducci and Viale Ippolito Nievo. The district grew up after WWII and takes its name from the Via delle Sorgenti ('of the springs') which crosses the district and continues east along the Colognole aqueduct. Today the area has a busy shopping area with many local food shops. It is also the location of Livorno's bowling alley, and the modern church of San Pio X. Bus LAM Rossa goes through the district.