Muntinlupa station is a new re-built station on the South Main Line ("Southrail") of the Philippine National Railways. The old station was removed together with the I.S. during the clearing operations in 2009. The new station was supposed to be constructed years earlier which was within the proposed Phase 2 project that should have rehabilitated and double tracked the South Main Line from Alabang to Calamba. The new station's construction started and got finished only on 2013 without the double tracking of the line. The new station was formally opened on January 2014 with 2 daily trips, 1 in the morning northbound and 1 in the evening southbound. This station is planned to be the new terminus of the Metro Commuter although there is no confirmation and no specific date yet given by PNR. The station is located on Rizal Street in Poblacion Muntinlupa City.
The station is the seventeenth station southbound from Tutuban and is one of three PNR stations serving Muntinlupa City, the others being Sucat and Alabang.