The Jubilee and Victoria lines are Underground Deep tube lines. They intersect at Green Park Station where there is a roughly minute and a half walk between the platforms. First we'll talk about the Jubilee line. Jubilee line The Jubilee line is 36.2 miles long and has 27 Stations. The rolling stock is the 1996 stock train. The underground section is between Swiss cottage and North Greenwich. The line uses ATO operation but manual operation is still feasible. Services Peak services at 30 tph in the core section between Stratford and West Hampstead: 18 tph Stratford – Stanmore 4 tph Stratford – West Hampstead 4 tph Stratford – Willesden Green 4 tph Stratford – Wembley Park Some peak services originate or terminate at West Ham or Neasden Off-Peak services at 24 tph in the core section between Stratford and Willesden Green: 16 tph Stratford – Stanmore 4 tph Stratford – Willesden Green 4 tph Stratford – Wembley Park 1996 stock The 1996 stock entered service on 24 December 1997 and had its refurbishment between 2017 and 2019 the train uses ATO operation but drivers are also encouraged to use Manual operation to get a feel of driving the train. The 1996 stock is the only route that runs on the Jubilee line. The Maximum speed of the 1996 stock is 62mph. Victoria line The Victoria line is an Underground Deep tube line which runs from Brixton in South London to Walthamstow Central in North East London. The line has 16 stations and is 13 miles long. The rolling stock is the 2009 stock. The lines only depot is Northumberland Park. While the whole line is Underground the Jubilee line will compensate for that since it has surface stations. Services The Victoria line has 36 trains per hour at peak times. The line is also known for its fast speeds due to it having fewer stations. 2009 stock The 2009 stock is a tube stock which runs on the Victoria line. The train is 8 cars long and has a maximum speed of 50 mph. The train runs on ATO but can also be used manually. With ATO the driver presses a pair of "start" buttons and the train would drive at a safe speed to the next stop when it would be clear. At any point the driver could switch to manual if ATO fails. In summary these routes would be good to have a fast paced experience unlike the Bakerloo line which had fairly slow speeds. And the platform edge doors on the Jubilee line would highlight the route.