The storm got off to a slow start on Thursday, but by the end of the day, more than a foot of snow blanketed the city.
Boston's public transit weathered its first major storm since it was crippled by the historic snowstorms of 2015. There were no major service interruptions, though there were some delays, especially along commuter rail lines.
Passenger Megan Kealy said she didn't have any issues on her commute from MGH to Davis square.
"It was a little quieter than usual," she said.