Hulo is a station situated on the Antipolo Line. It serves Hulo, Mandaluyong City.
Hulo was opened on December 22, 1905 as San Pedro Macati.
Services between Manila and Taytay continued until the tracks suffered damages due to the Japanese Occupation. The section up to Hulo was reopened on May 26, 1949 for freight trains to serve the nearby Insular Sugar Refining Company, later known as the Noah's Ark Sugar Refinery. Six motor trains daily were added since June 21 for its employees, train services were cancelled in 1954 due to lack of traffic.
The line was reopened in 1973.
- The station code of Hulo is HU.
- It's original name San Pedro Macati is PM.
- Hulo station serves both Mandaluyong and Makati on the other side of the Pasig River.
- Hulo was originally named San Pedro Macati because of the location of the original Makati Town Hall at the opposite side of the Pasig River
- Since 1974, Hulo was served by commuter trains namely: Rosal and Camia .
In December 18, 1929, T-132 was derailed and left the tracks on the curve before reaching the station.