The project involves the participation of various stakeholders, directly and indirectly, who will be affected or benefitted after it is laid open to citizens for use. The financial cost itself is a large responsibility that it must instil stringent risk management mechanisms to be resolved as they arise, and not leave a stone unturned for making it one of the best infrastructure projects being undertaken for the sole benefit of human well-being and progressive civilisation.
Citizens of New Zealand, especially of Auckland, are the major stakeholders, from whose revenue contribution and demand, a project of such magnitude is adopted. They are the ones who will use the entire route of the road network, and are to be served with unhindered dedication. With service, the citizens are also responsible for embracing the project and not indulging into acts which threatens to diminish its value. They, with the right of critique of the project, are also liable for its success, for they are the sole beneficiaries.