On the way home I have to go along a stretch of road that is double white lined. No problem until now. They are starting to do some major works on this road which involves putting in a brand new island. They have setup a three way traffic light system which is causing some serious delays in the morning. There can be over 30 cars waiting behind the traffic lights on this stretch of road with the double white lines. There is no paths and its only a single road. If I pass this stationary traffic it sometimes means that I would need to go onto the first white line or even between the white lines. Some cars have even moved over to the right when they see me coming to try and block my way and force me into oncoming traffic. You are unable to filter on the left as there is no room at all. So what to do? Do you go a bit on the white lines or just over the first line to get to the front of the queue? or do you sit behind thirty cars and wait you turn? Or maybe something else? Does anyone know the legal aspects of cyclists in this sort of position? Just in case I pass a stationary police car in the queue. ps. Just to let you know that if I do go to the front of the queue I wait at the lights until it goes green. This is not a RLJ thead.