Sette Budini wrote:...The bike path (pink bit) ends at the road which must then be crossed. Therefore the cyclist needs to give way to cars to his/her right and left and is at fault ...
Not sure about the requirement to give way here (legally speaking). If the path were a footpath and it were a pedestrian crossing the road, the turning traffic must give way to that pedestrian. In the case of the car driving up the "stem" of the "T", however, I think the claim of "he just walked out in front of me" would acknowledge that the pedestrian had an obligation to give way (not, however, that the driver had a "right" of way).
That being said, I'm not sure what the status of a seperated bike lane is. If the cyclist dismounted and walked across, s/he'd be a pedestrian crossing at an intersection and the turning drivers would be obliged (legally) to give way but if the cyclist stayed on the bike and rode across it's a different story.
(didn't vote, saw the original)