Anyone know (or link to) the the laws, if any, about requiring to obey the slow/stop lollipop sign of bulding site workers? Near my work, there is long term building works and they are always using a lollipop block block to stop road traffic for trucks entering/exiting the building site. It's near a reasonable size intersection, and the building site entry is next to where traffic queues awaiting the green light. One particular guy will step out in front of stopped/awaiting cars in the red light queue with the stop sign, and once the cars in front have moved forward/off after getting the green light he expects you (and others behind) to wait whilst (i) a truck from the right-hand side - turning across your path and into the building site, or (ii) a truck exiting the building site and on the road. Why he cant wait until all cars waiting for teh green light have been able to move off before putting out the stop sign and catching any new cars that might arrive is beyond me. This morning, I lane split (at no more than jogging speed - it's a tight fit at this spot) whilst the cars were stationery and beyond this guy that was standing in front of a van about 5 or 6 cars back. I got to about the 3rd or 4th car back and had to stop because there was no space. A few seconds later this guy appeared beside me and was abusing me for not stopping at his stop lollipop (apart from teh fact that I didn't see him or it until I was passing due to him being obstructed by the van) and he also started telling me that he was law and he was sending my details/rego to local police for them to issue a ticket. Apart from the fact that I don't think police will issue a tickets anyways even if he did send them my rego, I've checked VicRoads site and can find no mention of laws pertaining to bulding site workers using slow/stop lollipops - only laws pertaining to lollipop usage for school crossings or on-road roadworks.