Drivers may not make a right turn on a solid red traffic light when
- A pedestrian or vehicle is in the intersection.
- A walk signal is being displayed for an intersecting crosswalk.
- A sign prohibits turning right on red.
You may make a right turn on a solid red signal only if there is no sign prohibiting a right turn on red. It is also a violation of the law to make a right turn on red when a steady or flashing walk signal is being displayed for an intersecting crosswalk, even if there are no pedestrians in the crosswalk. You may make the right turn after yielding to pedestrians and cross traffic in or approaching the intersection.
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