Less than two years after being named one of 10 automated vehicle proving grounds in the nation, the Corridor and University of Iowa’s National Advanced Driving Simulator and nine other entities have all lost the designation, reports the Cedar Rapids Gazette. The U.S. Department of Transportation is withdrawing the 2017 designations under its latest automated vehicle policy, Automated Vehicles 3.0. The DOT’s report said there was no longer a need to favor locations or “pick winners and losers,” the Gazette reports.