My firm Jarrett Walker + Associates is looking for quick assistance in designing a web-based tool, designed to sit on a transit agency or project website, that will help citizens think through some transit planning choices and suggest priorities. It requires the user to select different types of network for different parts of a city, and cover the whole city within a fixed budget of service.
Proposals are due Monday July 1 at 1200 San Francisco time.
We need the product in a month. Our absolute maximum budget $7000 but we will be very interested in proposals that come in substantially lower.
This job is likely to be suited to a small, low-overhead web programmer who can do it quickly, efficiently, and yet creatively. It could lead to a future relationship assisting us with more tools of this type, as the need arises often in our planning projects.
Everything is explained in our simple Request for Proposals, along with two attachments referenced in it. (All materials are copyright Jarrett Walker+Associates and should not be reproduced for other purposes.)
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17 freelancers are bidding on average $7661 for this job
Hi We are interested in your project and read your requirements.We have completed 150+ big projects in last 5 years. Please check private message board for details.
Respected Sir, Thank you for taking the time to read our initial posting, we have read initial project description, so please see PMB for more detailed message. Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks,
Thanks for your consideration, please see our message and if you would like to discuss the project further do get in touch and I'll give you a call.
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Hello Please check PM where we drafted our message after detailed analysis of your requirement with feasibility study Hope to start discussion from your side Regards Kishor