In this paper we explore a control architecture that can implement active queue management and transport control. For queue management, two independent metrics-utilization factor ρ and burstiness factor η, are used to characterize queueing congestion state. Consequently, two information bits are generated to guide the sender's adaptation of traffic intensity and burstiness. Transport control is achieved through the combination of a window and a token bucket that can respond to the two-bit feedback properly. Preliminary simulation study shows that this architecture can easily achieve specified throughput and constrain both queueing delay and delay jitter within specified bounds.