Infrastrucure disruptions, repairs and maintenance and inequalities in global south cities
The research seeks to provide a comprehensive assessment on transport infrastructure integration between the EAC and the Lagos metropolis, based on theoretical analysis in the context of the critical infrastructure paradigm; anchored on social sustainability debate.
Academic Education & Professional Training
Bachelor ofScience in Urban and Regional Planning (University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria)
Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning (University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria)
Lecturer, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Universityof Lagos, Nigeria.
DAAD scholarship 2018 (Graduate School Scholarship Programme)
Titilayo, J. A & Oduwaye, L (2016). Informal activities and mobility in developing cities: a case study of Agege, Lagos Metropolis. In M. Schrenk., V.V Popovich., P. Zeile., P. Elisei & C Beyer (Eds). Real Corp 2016 Proceedings. (pp 885 – 890). Vienna, Austria.
Titilayo, J. A; Akinola, A. O., & Babatola, E. (2018). Planning for healthcare accessibility in a smart Lagos: case study of Gbagada. Papersubmitted for the FES conference 2018 proceedings.
Talks & Conferences
5th Urban Dialogue Series (July 2017), Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Lagos, Nigeria.
Faculty of Environmental Sciences Research Retreat (June 2017) Faculty of Environmental Sciences, University of Lagos.
Member of the Nigeria Institute of Town Planners Registered Town Planner (Town Planners Registration Council of Nigeria; 4757)