THE completion of the final and longest stage of the High Street upgrade will push into July.
But landscaping works on the section between Sesame Lane and the water tower roundabout will be carried out into July.
"As per previous correspondence, the council continues to work with the contractors to open the road to vehicles as soon as possible," Wodonga's planning and infrastructure director Leon Schultz said.
"The civil works are due for completion in the next week as per the schedule with landscaping to continue into July.
"Works are continuing to progress well, but recent bad weather has seen a re-assessment of timeframes.
"The centre median works remain the focus in an effort to open the road to traffic as soon as possible."
Previous stages of the overall project which began in 2014 when the council received $10 million from the federal government.have taken about five months.
When opened a major change will be the removal of the traffic lights near the post office with three pedestrian crossings being created.
High Street resembled a ghost town late on Saturday morning with many shops already shut and some already planning not to open on the Queen's Birthday weekend.
The Border Mail spoke to traders who had experienced a drop in business of between 30 and 60 per cent since the latest round of roadworks started in High Street in mid-January.
"It is disappointing to see further delays," Business Wodonga chairman Graham Jenkin said.
"The traders really need everyone's support."