Vito Cruz is a a commuter station situated on the Manila-Legazpi Line Metro South Commuter Service. It serves the vicinity of Vito Cruz (P. Ocampo) St. in San Andres, Manila.
Vito Cruz was opened on November 24, 1975 as part of the 83rd Anniversary of the Philippine National Railways.
- When Vito Cruz, Buendia and Pacita were opened in 1975, station buildings were made of bricks which has a similar appearance with the stations on the Manila-Dagupan Line that is celebrating its 83th years of services since 1892. Although one was demolished during the John Holland rehab, the rest of the station buildings were restored with some mistaken it as structures dating back to the American Era.