From this Durham City website:
Durham bicycling enthusiasts now have 67 new bike racks to use throughout the city thanks to a recently finished installation as part of Durham's CityRacks Bicycle Parking Program.
All new bicycle racks are located on public property and a new map and list of all rack locations can now be accessed [here.] According to (Dale) McKeel, the City does plan to install additional bicycle racks in the coming year.
To request a specific location for a new rack, or to review the current map and list of all rack locations, see the links [found here] or contact McKeel at (919) 560-4366, extension 284 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residents can also stay up-to-date with all bicycling and pedestrian activities by visiting the Durham Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission Web site at www.bikewalkdurham.org.
I've seen lots of bicycles on the road, some increase no doubt due to the price of gas. It's kind of scary how many bicycles are on the road at night around my neighborhood without any lights, or how many people aren't wearing helmets. I am glad to see so many people who've dusted off their bikes and started pedaling, however. The bike rack pictured above can be found at the Durham Farmer's Market.