Tuesday’s headlines

• Mayor Rob Ford brushes aside poll that says Torontonians don’t trust him to handle subways-LRT debate [The Star]
• This is no way to run a city [Globe & Mail]
• McGunity, Ford disconnected on rail lines [Globe & Mail]
• Five reasons why Toronto will build LRTs [NOW]
• Toronto public library board decides to go ahead with advertising plans [Torontoist]
• Councillor wants ‘pristine’ Toronto city hall [The Sun]

• TTC fare collector recovering after shooting at Dupont station [The Star]
• Shooting of TTC fare collector raises safety fears [Globe & Mail]
• Doug Ford suggests automated fare system in wake of TTC shooting [Globe & Mail]
• Replacing TTC collectors with machines not as simple as it sounds [National Post]
• TTC shooting suspect has robbed same collector’s booth three times: police [National Post]
• TTC driver charged after probe of fare-box thefts [The Star]

• Toronto zoo orangutans may get iPad [The Star]
• Ryerson University announces new student residence on Jarvis Street [The Star]
• Getting upfront with empty storefronts in Little India [Torontoist]