With advancement in the field of vehicle automation and wireless communication, Vehicular Ad Hoc network (VANET) based solutions are emerging as the answer to the dire problem of road traffic management. As dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) devices, vehicles can be organized in a peer- To-peer network to manage their movement for a smoother traffic flow. Our paper targets traffic management at road intersections. Our approach calls for the selection of a leader node in every lane so that they may mutually decide a safe and efficient order of crossing the intersection. Generally leader node selection algorithms have a computational complexity of O(nlog(n)). Our proposed algorithm uses geographic routing coupled with sequential flow of communication to select the leader node with a computational complexity of O(n) where n is the number of vehicles present in a lane at Road Intersection.