Since Mass. went to right turn on red along with the rest of the country, I have tried to figure out a way of stopping at a traffic light with the minimum amount of exposure to getting hit. What is the consensus on handling this problem. There are no bike lanes on the roads that I travel on, and even if there were it would become another travel lane. If I pull to the right or along the curb I run the risk of having somone squeeze by and turn directly in front of me. If take the lane it can get very ugly, bikes are not alone on this score, if a car takes up the right lane and doesn't turn horns and words are exchanged. Sometimes if I have the room I move forward into the intersection and allow turning vehicles to turn behind me. This works if the intersection is sufficientl large such that you don't move into traffic.