Work is continuing to replace and repair sections of track between Seymour and Albury as part of the North East Rail Revitalisation project.
The $600 million jointly state and federally funded project involved the replacement of wooden sleepers with concrete between Melbourne and Albury and the standardisation of the rail line.
The project also involved construction of a new rail bypass around the Wodonga central business district and new train station for the city.
The Australian Rail Track Corporation is completing the works.
On Sunday 26 June 2011 V/Line returned a partial service to Wodonga and Albury.