Educated at the University of Tokyo, Japan, Dewan spent more than eighteen years of his career in mobility master planning, urban innovation for shared mobility, vision for mobility-as-a-place and transit planning projects in both Japan and Canada. Recently, he developed a new innovative mobility ecosystem master planning and neighbourhood multimodal hub concept combining new mobility systems, innovative technologies, equitable use of public space, sustainable safety, and evidence based scientific approach for rebuilding cities for people. The project concept and innovative applications was awarded by MIT Media Lab conference as “best planning system” and ITE Project of year in 2015. Subsequently, he published a chapter in “Disrupting Mobility”, book published by Springer University of California, Berkeley and currently writing a book titled “Shared Multimodal Cities” with Taylor and Francis and teaching professional course to summarize his innovative mobility concepts and outcome of innovative master planning projects. He is a passionate speaker and frequently invited as a keynote speaker for local and international Livable and Smart City events in Berlin, Washington D.C., Minneapolis, Algiers, and other international webinars/webinars. He is a registered member of Professional Engineering Ontario and certified as a Professional Traffic Operation Engineer.