DENVER - Tests did not go well earlier this week for the $193 million automated baggage system at Denver International Airport, according to a spokeswoman for the city.

Computer programming problems on United Airlines' Concourse B caused automated carts to wander aimlessly around the tracks without going to their designated positions to pick up bags, according to Amy Lingg a spokeswoman for the city's public works department.

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