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Emeg
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@GoonerKeith. I think the reason why the a.i. built signals and switch sensors are invisible is to make that things don’t look not unnecessary complicated. The locations where the a.i. always build these things are known, being the begin and end of station platforms, the depot exit and in every switch is an invisible controller sensor, co-operating with the relevant visible placed signals. It is the switch controller-sensor (when a last wagon of a train is passing the switch) that tells the relevant signal to give a driving clearance to the by that signal stopped train.

There is a good tool available you can use for route and path creating, the band of colored arrows shows very clear and always actual how every route is running over the tracks.

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