What are you supposed to do at an intersection where there is both a sign prohibiting right turns on red and a green arrow ?
At intersections with traffic lights, right turns are indicated by a green light or by a right green arrow. The green arrow means that the turn is protected; consequently, there is no possible conflict with other vehicles. Motorists can therefore turn in complete safety.The situation is different in the case of right turns on red lights.
Motorists and cyclists at a red light can turn right. However, users at a green light or a lit pedestrian light have the right of way. Therefore, before turning right on the red light, motorists and cyclists must yield to users who have the right of way.
When a sign prohibiting right turns on red is located at an approach, only that manœuvre is prohibited. Turns on a green arrow are allowed.
This sign means that right turns on red are prohibited only during set periods.