In 2008 I designed 500 feet by 15 feet wide of bike path that included 2 street ends and it was constructed in 2009. I have inspected and developed capital plans for 2 1/2 miles of bike path since 2008. I have designed over 1200 linear feet of bike path that was constructed, or is currently under construction, utilizing the aforementioned concept plan. The concept plan took into account the requirements to maintain the bike path in a safe manner and was designed for easy, efficient replacement of the bike path in order to reduce trip and fall conditions. Additional questions I would have regarding this case would be: why did the man fall? Were there differential heights of different sections of the bike path? What is the standard of the municipality for construction? Was the standard followed? What sort of bike was the man riding? How wide were the tires? I have been interviewed and provided information in 2 different bicycle fall cases. I am one of the premiere experts in the state in designing bicycle facilities. I am primarily employed by a large municipality as their full time Engineer and thus design all their bike facilities as well as their bike path facilities. I am part of a staff of 3 that the city has in engineering so I actually do the work. I have spoken at various conferences as an expert in bicycle facilities including the NJ Bike Walk conference annually held at Rutgers.