In general, I won't filter unless traffic is at a standstill and isn't going to move at a steady pace. However, every morning I am faced with a certain intersection that almost begs to be filtered. There is a right hand turn where the bank-up is so bad, it actually starts blocking the lane that goes straight. I've tried attaching a crude diagram. There is no left hand turn here so on-coming traffic can only go straight. I've hi-lighted the traffic bank-up in yellow and 2 routes open to me in red and blue. I'm curious how people here would handle this. If I filter to the front of traffic in the straight lane to the left of the bankup and then tuck in front of stopped traffic...it can be dangerous as I am holding up people behind me that want to go straight at 70km/h. It is dangerous to go say 50-60km/h and then slam on my breaks to tuck in front. If I try to hug the stopped traffic...I still risk being sandwiched or clipped by straight traffic. This is the red line. If for some reason the light changes while I am filtering to the front, I can try to tuck in if there is space or trace the blue line as there is lots of space on the turn. Any suggestions on what would be the best way? Sorry about the size of the picture...it got sized when uploading. This is the intersection of Pennant Hills Road and Becroft Road in Sydney.