Okay, tqc, my family and I are in a disagreement about how traffic flows here. At our nearest on ramp to the freeway, there is a four lane overpass. Plz don't hate my MSPaint skills, it's even worse when you have a touchpad, not a mouse :( So, question is:
No one is coming in the straight lanes, and there is a green light (but not arrow--yield on green, i think is how it's phrased) for left turners (A). There are cars coming up the right turn lane (B) to get on the on-ramp. There is a YIELD sign to their right.
Now, as you hopefully see, there are two lanes on the on ramp...the right lane merges with the left (left has right of way, as the right land visibly ends first) within 50 ft of the ramp.
So if the light is green for all involved parties, does Car A go first, or Car B? Who yields to who in this situation?
I say B yields to A, but I'm told that they do not yield since there are two lanes to the on ramp. Why would they have a YIELD sign then?