Sigh. A new report from the California Geological Survey concluded that there are no active faults underneath Beverly Hills High School, sending the Beverly Hills Courier in a tizzy. (The article throws around the word “alleged” a lot.) The implication is that if there are no active faults under the school and along Santa Monica Boulevard, then Metro could surely move the subway route (and in turn the Century City station) onto Santa Monica Blvd., as Beverly Hills would like to believe. If the faults are indeed active, as Metro believes, then the subway must cross them perpendicularly, thus obviating a route under the school towards a Constellation station.