This chapter takes a comprehensive look at the four empirical studies presented in this book and analyzes them through the Policy Interactions Framework (PIF). The chapter identifies two specific policy interactions and explains them in detail. As an outcome of applying the PIF, the chapter develops and puts forward the choiceless mobility hypothesis (CMH), defined as the process through which the interaction between policies from distinct policy domains produce mobility situations that consistently increase the transportation costs for workers. The chapter provides a detailed discussion of how the CMH is different from other concepts available in the transport and accessibility literature and ends with a discussion about the implications of the CMH for urban policy analysis.