Pasay Road, also known as Pio Del Pilar is a station situated on the Manila-Legazpi Line. It serves Pio Del Pilar, Makati City.
Pasay Road was opened on June 21, 1908 as Culi-Culi, the only station serving San Pedro Macati (now Makati City). A wooden station building with aand platform was built in 1924, replacing the dilapidated galvanized iron structure.
During the 8rd Anniversary of the Philippine National Railways, the section from Paco to Pio Del Pilar was inaugurated on November 24, 1975 together with a new station building. Raised platforms with additional ticket booths were erected between 2007 to 2009 as part of the Northrail-Southrail Linkage Project.
- The station codes were CI (Culi-Culi), PDP (Pio Del Pilar) and PRD (Pasay Road).
- When the station was opened in 1908, it was the only station located on Makati followed by Vito Cruz and Buendia in 1975 and EDSA in 1978.
- A spur line used to connect Pasay Road to the Nielson Field, now Ayala Triangle.
- The current station building was opened on November 24, 1975 as part of the 83rd Anniversary of PNR.
- Although Pasay Road is no longer the only station in Makati (as Vito Cruz, Buendia and EDSA stations were added later), Bicol bound trains such as the Bicol Express, Mayon Limited and Isarog only stops here.
- The Mayon Limited originally bypass Pasay Road although tickets for the service were available at this station to relieve the congestion at Tutuban and Paco stations.
- The test run of the DOST-MIRDC Hybrid Electric Train ends at Pasay Road.
- The current oldest photo of Pasay Road available was taken in 1924, most stations constructed in the early 1900s were erected with galvanized iron sheets.
- Pasay Road station (Pio Del Pilar) then, appeared in the film "Atsay" (1978), with a UM12C Roadswitcher (unknown number), 7BP-12, 7Es 308, 312, & 326.