Q&A - Left Turn Right of Way at T Intersection
In a T-shaped intersection with lights but no arrows, the through street is green both directions and the side street is red. A person is trying to turn left from the through street onto the side street. As well, another car is coming from the opposite direction wanting to turn right onto the same side street but has a yield sign in the turn lane.
Who has the right of way? Is it the left-turning car, and the right turning car has to yield to them at the yield sign? Or does the left turning car have to wait for the right turning car to turn despite the yield sign?
This intersection has caused massive debate about the rules on social media yet correct answers have been hard to come by and internet searches for similar circumstances have yielded conflicting results (pun intended).
Thanks for any clarification you may be able to provide