Not the most crazy junction I know but for me it is the hairiest part of my commute. I have to make a right turn at the next lights up from the one posted in the link (200 metres further on). As I approach the lights in the below link they are often on red or traffic pretty slow/static anyway so I like to use this opportunity to get in the correct lane for my eventual right turn. Would you agree that getting in that cycle space (but to the right hand side) in front of the car sitting in the overtaking lane is the right way to do this? https://firstname.lastname@example.org...VMBREs2Yff7VHQu6xA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!6m1!1e1 When I started out I used to just filter down the left hand cycle lane (which I have since learnt is the most dangerous way) then dismount and cross at the ped crossing. Eventually I get onto the canal towpath which is great but this short stretch is a bit hairy I must say.