Pasig is a defunct railroad station serving Pasig City. It was formerly an interchange station for the Manila Railroad Company's Antipolo Line and Montalban Line and the Manila Suburban Railway Pasig Line.
Pasig station was opened on December 22, 1905 as the temporary terminus of the Antipolo Railroad Extension, the Manila Suburban Railway Pasig Line started operations on January 6, 1908.
The Pasig Line was later acquired by the Manila Electric Railroad and Light Company (MERALCO).
- Pasig is located 16.95 kilometers from the Antipolo Line's terminus in Manila.
- Pasig is located on what is now the Pasig Rotunda.
- The Guadalupe Line was supposed to be revived and extended to Pasig as part of the Metrotren Commuter Service in the early 1990s but the project did not materialized.