This chapter presents an empirical study of the relationship between housing pathways and the mobility experience of workers in Eastern-MCMZ, a subregion distinctively known for being a dormitory city. Based on semi-structured interviews with residents of the area of study, the chapter identifies three distinct ideal types of relationships between housing pathways and workers’ mobility experiences: housing use value-based, national housing policy-based, and access to labor market-based. The study shows a relationship between the types of jobs that workers have access to, the housing pathways available for them, and their mobility experience. The chapter concludes by arguing that workers do not just choose to live in geographies of low accessibility. Instead, workers live in such territories due to default housing pathways and the lack of alternatives.