Several cracks with a total length of about 30 feet and a width of up to 2 inches began to appear about two weeks ago in the new pathway along the Colorado River, next to state Route 128. Grand County's roads supervisor Bill Jackson said that the county is still trying to figure out what is causing the cracks. The county is bringing in a geotechnical firm to analyze the underlying soil in the area. Until further assessments are made, the cracked area will be taped off, but the bike path will remain open for public use. [Photo by Bethany Blitz / Moab Sun News]