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So I have no idea how to google this, but I was wondering who has the right of way in such a situation:
Essentially you have people people at the top making an unprotected left turn (from their perspective).
You also have people at the bottom looking at a green light and wanting to make a right turn.
Both lights are green, assume there's no traffic going straight.
In a perfect world, the left turners would take the top lane, the right turners would take the bottom lane, and everyone could then turn at the same time and we all get places faster.
But clearly the world is less than perfect so who has the right of way in such a situation? I'm curious mainly about CA because that's where I am, but I'm interested in all states if they have different rules.