There is one within a quarter mile of me right now, if I am understanding the situation.
intersection looking West
If you are traveling west and either going straight, you wait for the green light, and you have the right of way. If you are traveling west and turning left, you wait for the green light and yield to oncoming traffic. If you are traveling west and turning right, there is a yield sign indicating you must yield to traffic heading north, whether coming from the south (straight through the intersection) or from the west (turning left at the intersection). It is a bit confusing, and there are occasional accidents, but most drivers go slow and cautiously through the intersection in all directions. If I am heading east and turning left, I proceed expecting those coming the other way turning right to stop and yield.