As stated the city has repaired the Perry Creek Trail. But rather than replace the concrete panels they are using the black filler material. Along the section between trail markers PC 110 and PC 105 trail users may have a false sense of security because of this. The material used to fill the cracks is soft and pliable and will easily give way. The cracks in this section are wide and deep. This material at best just covers of the open space and at worse only fills it partially. If a cyclist who is not familiar with this sees the repair they may think the cracks have been repaired, roll over them and potentially crash because the material will give way and the crack will catch their wheel.
Before the repair a person could see the danger was obvious and could take evasive action to avoid the cracks. With the material covering up the cracks or only partially filling them in it makes this section of the trail more dangerous than it was with the cracks completely exposed.
Here are the photos of the section between trail markers PC 110 and 105: