Raichase is correct - I was referring to Aurizon's lines.
Again, I don't have the article or any insider knowledge, my comment was based on general familiarity with some of the tools available for network operators to use. You say the article "mentioned traffic management which could...". Was the "which could" in the article, or your inference? If the latter, then there would seem to be little point in Aurizon using "traffic management" software on the ARTC and CRN networks, because Aurizon don't manage the traffic!
After I read the Aurizon Railway Digest article today I thought it was really about how Aurizon manage their own traffic patterns between Perth and Cairns ie how many trains a day they need for their customers and what days of the week and times of day etc they run their own trains to suit their own customers' needs.
On the other hand, the rest of this Railpage thread is more about a very different meaning of the word **control** ie how ARTC and similar control which trains wait in what crossing loop to pass other trains eg does a freighter run by operater ABC wait at crossing loop X to pass the opposite direction trains which can be operated by a variety of operator eg passenger train or Qube etc
The problem with the Railway Digest article on Aurizon is that it is a press release type of article so can be read several ways to please who ever reads it.
As I wrote before, after that minor predantic point, you can return to the main thread topic more concerned with network control at Broadmeadow and/or Junee etc