Mulund is a railway station on the Central Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. Mulund railway station is connected via the Central Railway to South Bombay and remote places like Khopoli and Kasara.
Mulund station was built to serve the suburb of Mulund, which was laid out in the 1920s. In the 1970s a new goods terminal was constructed at Mulund to handle increased volumes of freight. On 13 March 2003 a bomb exploded on a train pulling into Mulund station at 21:45 hrs. 10 people were killed and 70 injured.
Mulund Station falls on the central line of Mumbai railway. While traveling by railway from CST, previous Railway station is Nahur & next is Thane. Mulund is well connected to other suburbs and other cities as well by adequate network of trains, BEST buses and roads including a national highway. Mulund is a stop for slow local trains as well as semi-fast local trains on the central line of the Mumbai suburban network.