Trails. “Category A” means trails which typically have a statewide or regional significance and are identified in the adopted comprehensive recreational trail plan (CRTP). These trails are located primarily on state or federal lands and are required to be reserved as dedicated easements in the course of subdivision. Category A trails are intended for management by state or federal authority, as appropriate. “Category B” means trails which typically have a community-wide significance and are identified in the adopted CRTP. These trails cross both public and private lands and are required to be reserved as dedicated easements in the course of subdivision. Category B trails are intended for management by the borough. “Category C” means trails of neighborhood or local significance and are identified in the adopted CRTP. These trails cross both public and private lands. Dedication of Category C trails shall not be required in the course of subdivision.