An RCUT is an intersection design that reduces crashes by changing how minor road traffic crosses or turns left at a major road reducing the potential conflict with other vehicles.
All movements (left, though, and right) are allowed from the major road.
An RCUT is sometimes also referred to as a J-Turn.
Drivers who would cross the main highway once reaching a conventional intersection must now turn right first, make a U-turn at the designated location and then turn right onto the adjoining side street at the RCUT intersection.
Drivers who would turn left from the minor road at a conventional intersection must now turn right instead; then make a U-turn at the designated location.