Were those always there since 2022?
The marks look to be on purpose, assuming they are, it looks like the were going for tire prints in mud/dirt. Not only are they perfect but they stop where the pavers begin. Also tire marks don’t just show up like that especially that dark unless it’s from breaking at a high speed but not only are workers not aloud to drive over 20mph in the park but the marks would be skids smeared on the pavement like so.Instead they're likely from the various pickup trucks brought in by Maintenance; as having been in the park at 5am to see the start of the Maintenance team's daily prep for all the rides, which I witnessed during last year's campout in Jungle X, there is generally quite a bit of vehicular activity across the park -- where as a side note, may be a minor reason the park kept asphalt (vs pavers) for the longest time. Finally, there is very little (logical) reason why they would add tire tracks across a manhole cover, which will inevitability just get rotated at some point .