|Number built:||376 (47 8-car sets)|
|Motor:||Bombardier MITRAC DR1000 traction package (630v DC fourth rail)|
|Formation:||Driving Motor (DM)+Trailer (T)+Non-Driving Motor (NDM)
+Uncoupling Non-Driving Motor (UNDM)+UNDM+NDM+T+DM
The 2009 Tube Stock has an IGBT traction package  similar to that used on the Electrostar family (such as the Class 377 and 387). They are the first tube stock designed to take into account the Rail Vehicle Accessibility Regulations 2010 (RVAR 2010) with facilities for people with impaired mobility such as tip-up seats, off-set grab poles and space for wheel chairs . They have dot-matrix displays inside the car showing passenger information and service updates. As with the 1967s they are equipped for Automatic Train Operation (ATO), though the 2009 uses the more advanced Invensys DTG-R system .
The 2009 Tube Stock took over the Victoria Line completely from the 1967 in mid-2011. There have been some teething troubles, the door sensors being over sensitive but they serve daily moving huge numbers of people on the incredibly busy Victoria Line.
|11042 arrives at Oxford Circus|
|Preparing to go|
|11052 at Oxford Circus|
|Train standing at Pimlico|
|2009ts departing from Warren Street|
 Ben Muldoon, London Underground Rolling Stock Guide (Ian Allan, 2014) p.64
 Piers Connor, The London Underground Electric Train (Crowood Press, 2015) p. 175
 Paul Moss, London Underground 1863 Onwards (Haynes, 2014) p. 173
 Jason Cross, London Underground Guide 2017 (Train Crazy, 2017) p. 60