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Yes there are new options like mixed signals, but overall is still valid :) At least it helps me with basics.
(similir than: Transport Fever)
It would be time to rework the railway signals.
- Block signals are now behaving more like 'path signals'. As such, chain signals are largely pointless except path signals sometimes malfunction.
- Yellow and white/grey signals exist. The game gives rather few clues what they mean, and this is supposed to be the official guide. I think I have figured out the yellow signal (conflict with train in opposite direction, but sometimes overly conservative, sometimes letting trains meet), but what does grey mean?