The controversial project has in the Bethesda and Chevy Chase communities from some advocates for the along which a portion of the line is set to be built.
The Facebook page, launched by MTA’s community outreach staff, will highlight upcoming meetings and events, maps, information and news articles, according to MTA. The public also is invited to weigh in with their questions and comments.
Dubbed "Maryland Purple Line," the page had 140 "likes" as of Thursday afternoon.
“Like” the page for Purple Line updates in your Facebook news feed.