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Drivers repeatedly competes to find the least crowded route from A to B, such that they have the shortest possible duration.
In the sentence above, I don't know how to interpret the phrase "such that...".
Is the part in bold different in meaning from "in order to have the shortest possible duration"?
I don't find that the most natural way of saying it. I'd probably have gone with "so that". Note that "competes" should be "compete" - it refers back to "Drivers".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.