I was coming down Portland Street on my bicycle, moved into the left turn lane just as the light turned red and stopped—with my left arm out signaling to turn left. You came up Portland Street in the opposite direction and signaled to turn right just as the light turned green. You had right of way and yet waved me to go first. I motioned for you to go first as I knew you had right of way but you insisted so I went, shaking my head in frustration.
I apologize for not acknowledging your courtesy. However, I would have preferred if you had followed the rules of the road and taken your right of way. The greater courtesy for all would be if cyclists and motorists would simply LEARN and FOLLOW the rules of the road and respect each others' right to their space on the road. —FeelBetterNow