Deputy Managing Editor/Ideas

Dante Ramos

Ramos is the editor of the Ideas section. He also writes a regular opinion column. He previously served as deputy editorial page editor, and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2014 for his editorials on how a buttoned-down culture limits Boston’s vitality. He came to the Globe in 2006 from The Times-Picayune in New Orleans.

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DANTE RAMOS

A world-class city, five days a week

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MBTA officials may cut weekend commuter rail, but what’s the larger vision?

DANTE RAMOS

Why does the parking-industrial complex keep getting its demands met?

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Boston is urging residents to walk, bike, or take transit. But in the Seaport, signs point the other way.

DANTE RAMOS

Ben Carson, housing savant?

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President Trump’s much-maligned housing secretary gets one big issue right, but can he do anything about it?

DANTE RAMOS

Why does our transportation system stink? Ask Connecticut

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We can’t strike the political compromises, or absorb the inconveniences, necessary to make major projects happen.