Rickenbacher is a state highway/road SR 913. The Palmetto, also a SR (826) has a similar emergency lane west of I-95, wide enough for a car to pullover and await roadside assistance. But the 2 SR's Rickenbacher has cycling traffic. My point is, if the roadway isn't delineated as a bike path with signs or painted markings, the motorist might assume that to be the road with an emergency lane area to the right most side of the road, especially when they know there is a path to the right of that. This is what I'm talking about. And in light of the video footage, there is a barrier, there is a lane on the right of the road wide enough for a car, the emergency lane is not marked by at least a painted bike marking like this. I'm just saying, that the emergency lane might be interpreted as just that for cars and any cyclists in that lane would be on the roadway at their own risk ? What the motorist was doing in the emergency lane is the question, what reason were they over there for. Unless you can show footage of the bike lane sign on that roadway to the left of the barrier and/or that the path to the right of the barrier excludes cyclist from using it, as a cyclist, I'd interpret that to be an emergency lane, part of the roadway for cars. This was totally unnecessary, the tragedy, riding at that hour, in the dark and on the roadway, when there is clearly a barrier & path to the right.