Christian L. Watchie, Principal

Women Business Enterprise  #1725

Facilitation & Public Engagement Strategy Development

  • State of Oregon Transportation Options Plan
  • Lane Transit West Eugene EmX Project Engineering & Construction 
  • Salmon River Highway Travel Options Plan
  • City of Wilsonville’s Beauty and the Bridge I-5 Interchange Art Project
  • Hyacinth Street Sidewalk Project Lane County, OR 
  • Lane County Public Works Hayden Bridge Preservation Project, OR 
  • City of Eugene Rasor Mixed Use Center Concept Plan, OR
  • Eugene City Hall Master Plan, OR
  • West Eugene Wetlands Education Center Master Plan, OR
  • Skamania County Transit Feasibility Study, WA
  • Columbia County Transit Plan, OR
  • SMART Transit Retreat Wilsonville, OR
  • CUBS Transit Board Planning, WA
  • Human Services Coordinated Transportation Plan: Cowlitz-Wahkiakum, Washington Council of Governments
  • City of Portland, Transportation Options Division Strategic Planning
  • Whatcom Transportation Authority Strategic Plan, WA
  • TRI-MET Clackamas, Multnomah & Washington County Elderly and Disabled Transportation Plan, OR
  • Chemeketa Area Regional Transit System development, Salem Mass Transit District, OR


  • Point2point Solutions Strategic Plan 2010-2012
  • Commuter Solutions Strategic Plan 2005-2010
  • Commuter Solutions and Lane Council of Governments, Congestion Mitigation Program:
  • Lane Transit District, Free Student Transit Pass Program development
  • SMART Transit Development Plan (for Nelson\Nygaard)



Christian L. Watchie has worked since 1994 developing innovative transportation options programs, successful strategic planning processes, and fresh approaches to engage the public in land use and transportation decisions. Stemming from her education in environmental planning and policy, her firm’s primary focus has been the linkage of planning with public outreach models for community-wide input on land use / transportation, transit strategic plans, and large scale public infrastructure projects.   Watchie has statewide recognition for her development of free student transit pass programs, congestion mitigation information, and policy development to expand the access and use of available travel choices.  She designs and facilitates public engagement processes for mixed-use center planning, civic architecture, and transportation policy development for a number of cities, counties, and public agencies.

Christian’s former days as a North Cascades mountains backcountry ranger keeps her willing to hit any trail at a moment’s notice.  When she isn’t in hiking boots, she can be found along an Oregon stream with fly rod in hand wearing her father’s unsightly, old, and tattered orange fishing hat.