Captain America as portrayed by Chris Evans in Marvel's 'The Avengers.' Photo courtesy Disney/Marvel.
The West Shoreway reopened at 12:01 Saturday morning. The roadway has been closed for the past two weeks for the filming of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
The crews have been in town since late May and still have more work to do here in Cleveland.
Here's a list of remaining roads that will be impacted from the Greater Cleveland Film Commission.
Closures are subject to weather conditions.
June 17-18: W. 7th Street between Literary and University. Alternate route: W. 10th Street.
June 17-18: Literary Road between W. 7th and W. 6th Street. Alternate route: Jefferson Ave.
June 20 and June 25 from 6 a.m. - 4 p.m.: East Blvd. between Bellflower Road and Wade Oval Drive. Alternate route: Bellflower to Ford Drive. Northbound lanes will remain open.
June 26 from 9 p.m. - midnight: Euclid Ave. between E. 6th and E. 12th Street. Intermittent traffic control.
June 26 from 9 p.m. - midnight: E. 9th Street between Chester and Prospect Ave. Intermittent traffic control.
--- "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" -- which is slated for nationwide release on April 4, 2014 -- will pick up where "The Avengers" left off as Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world.
The film will be directed by two Cleveland natives -- brothers Anthony and Joe Russo. Their credits include "Welcome to Collinwood," "Arrested Development" and "Community."