Wherever you are, chances are it's a ghost town outside. With everyone's health in mind, Bostonians are taking social distancing and working-from-home seriously, and with so many venues and businesses closed-up — not to mention the temporary dine-in ban — Boston's streets, subways and transportation hubs are far quieter than usual, at times completely empty. Take a look at some of our most-traveled spaces that are now noticeably quiet.
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The MBTA's trains are emptier than ever:
Downtown's rush hour has ceased to exist:
Imagine Quincy Market during a blizzard, minus the snow:
South Station has never been so quiet:
The Boston Common is all but deserted:
Local college campuses, like MIT's, are abandoned:
Stay tuned to Time Out Boston for updates on the sit-down dining ban, as well as the latest coronavirus cancellations and postponements.