Say the governor's office contacts you and asks you the following question:
We are looking into revising the law with respect to motorist and cyclist behavior at intersections with bike lanes. What do you recommend?
At an intersection where the rightmost/outside lane can be used for straight or right destination, and there is a bike lane painted to the right of it:
1) Use the "vehicular model" (CA uses now): right-turners required to merge into BL before turn.
2) Use the "pedestrian model" (OR and AZ use now): right-turners prohibited from entering BL and must yield to cyclists
3) At major intersections, end the BL 200' prior to the intersections, 100' at minor ones
4) At major intersections, end the BL 100' prior to the intersections, 50' at minor ones
5) End the bike lane stripe 100' prior to any intersection, no matter how minor
6) End the bike lane stripe 200' prior to any intersection, no matter how minor
7) Other (please specify)