In the link below is an example of the scenario (pretend that the cars are going in the opposite direction). I have seen proposed documentation about transit:lanes=fork, but that was rejected when I checked today. Thank you!

https://www.rsc.wa.gov.au/RSC/media/SiteImages/Videos/merging-video-teaser.jpg

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It is sufficient to just map the lanes of the road. Mapped lanes implicitly contain forks.

Example using your picture (I've reversed the car's driving direction with my incredible paint skills ;)):

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Also consider mapping turn:lanes. The wiki page about lanes is really helpful and has nice examples.

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edited 12 Jun, 12:27

I've deleted my answer, as I seem to have got lanes:forward and lanes:backward swapped (I blame my driving on the left).

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