I seem to encounter this situation on a frequent-enough basis that I'd like to get the group's opinion on how to handle it. Here's the sitcheeation: An intersection with clear lines of sight in the direction of oncoming traffic, I've got a red light and am looking to make a right turn. A right turn on red is legal at this intersection. The road I'm turning onto has either a 1. WOL, 2. wide shoulder, or 3. bike lane. FWIW, it's usually a wide shoulder. In each case, how would you make the right turn?
I started typing out options but then this turns into a poll and I'd rather it just be a discussion. In this situation, provided there are no intersections/driveways shortly after the intersection I'm pulling out of, I will make the right turn when there is a wide shoulder or safe bike lane even with a steady stream of oncoming traffic. With a WOL, I will wait for a gap in traffic before I pull out.
Sorry for the lack of pictures. On of these days when I'm not in a rush to get to work or the bank, I'll have to snap some. They might make the discussion a little easier, or not.