Although it is still canon law, that one should attend and support their geographical parish, since Vatican II most Catholics now roam and try to find a parish that satisfies their spiritual needs as well as needs for community, friendship and service. They go to the parish where they feel as though they are being fed.
Some will drive an hour or two to a parish that accomplishes for them what their geographical parish doesn't. And it isn't just those who travel long distances to attend a TLM parish.
Although it is pretty obvious where the constant walking together in a synodal process to discern the signs of the times is going, it will create a sense of a Church that is like a reed blowing in the wind or set on shifting sands, congregationalism will continue. Most Catholics will look for a parish that satisfies their needs, be it a TLM parish with a strict Catholic culture and sound, immutable doctrines, dogmas and morals, or a parish where individuals who want to be confirmed in whatever lifestyle they attribute to God's Holy Spirit.
If you want a free and easy liturgy created anew each time you attend Mass, you can drive or fly to it.
If you want a parish community that blesses non-matrimonial sexual relationships of any kind, you will be able to find it.
The Inclusive Synodal Catholic Church, once known as the Roman Catholic Church, will provide a cafeteria of mouth watering delicacies to match just about anyone's personal tastes as it concerns what the Church should be. It will be a truly universal church offering salvation, according to personal beliefs, an individual's truth to all who are included, accompanied and confirmed in whatever lifestyle they have chosen in their good conscience.