Plans to have the Staten Island Railway’s new Arthur Kill station ready by August have been delayed.

When the project kicked off in 2013, the initial opening for the station was slated for late 2015.

That completion date was eventually pushed back to the summer of 2016.

MTA documents indicate the project is now 84% complete.

However issues with signage from the Department of Transportation and electric cables operated by Con-Edison are being blamed for the latest delay.

The scheduled opening is now tentatively set for November 2016, about 3 months behind schedule.

The news means the existing Nassau and Pacific stations will be operational a little longer.

They will be torn down once the new station is ready.