Hey, There is an intersection outside Coorparoo SHS in Brisbane and i seem to run into trouble quite alot at this intersection. About three times now, i've nearly been run up the arse by inconsiderate motorists. Intersection Description: There are three lanes from the outbound direction going through the intersection. The left lane is straight through, the middle lane is a combination of straight through and right turn, and the right hand lane is right turn only. My normal route through this intersection is to make a right turn but to stay in the middle lane because i need to take the immediate left turn after I clear the intersection, and this is where the problem occurs. I think my image should aid my description quite well. All the near misses i have faced have occured the same way. The lights at the intersection have been green for straight through and turning right and I have been travelling along in the middle lane, put on my indicators to let the cage behind me know my intention to turn, and then the right hand turn signal goes yellow before im close to the intersection. I have to come to a complete stop at the intersection because the right hand turn is a shocker, severe asphalt rutting (you can see it on google earth) and its tight anyway, i really hate taking that corner in my car, let alone when im on the bike. My bike bounces me through the corner and my bike shakes. The motorist behind me wants to travel straight through on their green light, however they are somewhat blocked from changing into the left lane by other inconsiderate cages that won't let them merge. What do they do? They drive past me in my own lane about 1mm from my left leg without slowing down whatsoever. It's happened 3 times to me. The first time i was in the right hand wheel track and realised later that i probably encouraged the cager to pass me in my own lane. The second and third times i was in the middle of the lane and they did it anyway. I'm at a bit of a loss of what to do. I wouldn't be surprised if a somewhat serious accident occurs at that intersection to a rider sometime in the future.