Dr Adebola Olowosegun is a Research Fellow at the Transport Research Institute (TRI), Edinburgh Napier University. In his PhD, he investigated the quality of service (QoS) of public transport in an urban area based on the perceptions of the stakeholders. He has MSc in Spatial Planning with Transport Planning and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). His teaching and research interests include urban planning, transport planning, urban growth and well-being, and Spatial Analysis/GIS. Before Joining Napier, Adebola was a Lecturer at the Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria; and a part-time tutor at the University of Dundee during his PhD programme. At TRI, Adebola along with other team members are working on two projects namely: the mobility sharing; and bicycle safety. He is a fellow of the higher education academy, a registered town planner and a member of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners.