The coast transport is an important part of the national transportation system, but it’s one that is relatively neglected by the government and its agencies.

A 2016 study by the National Transport Authority (NTA) found that only 16.3% of the state’s transportation infrastructure was in coastal areas.

Even less is done to protect and enhance the coastal transport system.

The NTA is currently investigating the status of the coastal transportation infrastructure.

In 2016, the NTA’s coastal transport master plan was released, outlining a roadmap for the state.

The plan included a comprehensive review of coastal transportation, including a look at ways to improve coastal transportation in the region.

The master plan outlined a plan to invest in coastal transport improvements, including improving the infrastructure to support the coastal industry and the coastal infrastructure itself.

However, the master plan did not specify how much of the coast should be considered coastal transport infrastructure.

According to the master report, the coastal area’s coastal transportation system is currently underfunded and underdeveloped.

“There are many areas of the coastline that have no transportation infrastructure at all,” said Dr. Annette Fagan, an assistant professor in the Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Science at Rutgers University.

“They’re very poor in terms of capacity and in terms that they can accommodate the movement of vessels, of cargo and people.”

Fagan said that the master planning document that the NTC released did not detail how the state could improve coastal transport capacity in coastal regions.

The coastal transport is a major part of a network of coastlines that include the Great Lakes, Gulf of Mexico, the Gulf of Maine, and the Chesapeake Bay.

The state’s coastlines have long relied on the coastal waterways for transportation.

A 2010 study found that the coastal land transport system accounts for more than two-thirds of the total amount of oil and natural gas transported through the coast.

However in recent years, the lack of transportation infrastructure has forced more and more people to use the coast for transportation as the population has grown.

Fagan noted that transportation on the coast has been an important component of the population’s daily lives.

“People have been moving from the coast, they’re not moving back to the coast,” Fagan explained.

“So when you have more people living on the shore, the sea is a big part of their daily lives.”

A lack of infrastructure has been a major concern for some people on the eastern shore of the Cheshire Islands.

Dr. David Burditt, a marine biologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), has been studying the sea since the 1970s.

“The coastal areas of New Jersey are a little bit like the Appalachian Mountains,” Burdett said.

“In the Appalachians, there’s a lot of water, there are a lot, and a lot more of the sea life and other marine life in the Cheshires are gone.”

Burdess told Bleacher the coast was an important piece of the landscape because it offered a refuge for marine life.

“If you can’t see them, they can’t find you,” Budditt said.

The study he co-authored found that there were more marine mammals in the coastal areas than in the mountains.

Burdetts research showed that the Chesham Islands were one of the most densely populated areas of southern New Jersey.

“We’re seeing the impact of climate change and of pollution and other things that are affecting these animals and affecting the shorelines,” Breditt said, adding that the research indicates the Chesheshire Islands are experiencing an increase in sea level due to climate change.

In recent years the Chescheys have been experiencing some of the highest sea levels on record, and it has impacted coastal infrastructure, including the coastline.

According the U.S. Geological Survey, the Cheshatis coastal system includes the Chespirito and New Jersey coasts, and many coastal wetlands.

Coastal infrastructure has decreased over the last several decades due to erosion and pollution from storms and storms of the past, as well as rising sea levels.

“It’s like a natural disaster,” Bedditt said of the recent flooding in the Gulf Coast.

“I’m not saying there’s no hope for restoration.

I’m saying it’s not going to be easy to do and it’s going to take a lot longer.”

Beddits research has found that over the past two decades, the number of coastal wetlands in the state has declined by 80%.

According to Beddetts research, the average rate of decline has been occurring at a rate of about 2.5 percent per year.

“For us, the key is that we don’t need a tsunami to change this,” Bidditt said when discussing the issue of coastal flooding.

Beddins research also found that erosion on the Chesharis coast has increased dramatically in the last few decades.

In 2014, Beddis team was studying the shoreline and saw an increase of erosion, which was attributed to the fact