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A bus lane for right turns, forbidden to other traffic.

A right turn cycle lane for avoiding the roundabout when going into the end section of Nithsdale Road or turning into Moray Place, but could do with some cycle markings and an 'except cycles' plate below the 'No Right Turn' sign.

New sticking plasters at Edinburgh tramlines https://t.co/Q0FFD5vd1X

I hope that someday this junction will be made safer, for her and everyone else.

Waiting at the kerbside to turn right onto the railway path. The footway is signed as shared-use, but the road was fairly quiet with motor traffic when I visited, so cyclists were using the road.

Glasgow's first Advance Green cycle light, allowing right turns into Bridge Street for a few seconds before motor traffic gets the green light to do likewise.

Right turn in two stages. Or play chicken with four lanes of traffic. #glasgowcycling https://t.co/HjgOdnKF7P [Ahead Only signs mean that right turn can only be made by the two-stage route.]

A dropped kerb and a short section of shared-use footway, leading to a toucan crossing across Great Western Road, for those not keen on making the right turn on the road.

Route sign for cycling, at a mandatory right turn. The light on the mandatory turn sign isn't facing the right way, while above the light there appears to be some other equipment taped on. Across the road, a van is parked on the footway.

Right turns onto the Bowes Railway Path are to be made by continuing up Newcastle Bank to the traffic island (see #71018).

A central cycle lane for right turners. Location: West End, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom)

A latecomer riding through the junction, although Mr Motorist alongside me is somewhat far forward for red and amber! The two-stage right turn waiting areas can be seen in the junction. Ahead are the mandatory cycle lanes on Central Brid ... [more]

The waiting area for the two-stage right turn at the junction at the end of the Itchen Bridge.

Approaching Itchen Bridge, at the junction with the 2-stage right turn markings. Note the cyclist using the pedestrian crossing at the far side of the junction. Although signs show that right turns are banned from this direction, there a ... [more]

While a right turn option is signed, the traffic islands make turning right awkward, as if the designers had thought only a left turn would be allowed.

Middle of road cycle lane to link two side roads - it works! #Brighton http://t.co/OpVaHrdT42

The right turn from Culcabock Road into Kingsmills Road on NCN 1 & 7, with an Advance Stop Line with central feeder lane. I have to admit, this cycle lane does not represent the road position I would adopt for either turning right or pro ... [more]

A short section of shared-use footway forming a jug-handle for cyclists making the right turn into Diriebught Road (see #63686), while NCN 1 & 7 head up the hill on-road to turn into Kingsmills Road.

The unmarked gap between the traffic islands must be for cyclists turning right along NCN1, against the signs at this junction, but marked by Sustrans volunteer stickers (see also #61837).

A right turn that is banned for cars and lorries, but allowed for bikes and buses.

Multiple cycle provision, but none is particularly adequate. Shared-use footway along Pollokshaws Road into Haggs Road, and a faded cycle lane along the inside of the carriageway. Cyclists turning right to continue along Pollokshaws Road ha ... [more]

Right turn lane on Ullet Road for cycles only turning into Brompton Avenue

Right turn lane provided for cyclists

Right turn lane for cycles only at point on dual carriageway where motor vehicles cannot turn right. Connects Alderman Road cycle lanes to Colleges Cycle Route in Jordanhill.

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