Driving is on the left with overtaking on the right although you shouldn't be surprised to find people driving on the right - usually tourists from European countries. Cypriot drivers can be aggressive, extremely slow or very fast - there is usually no middle ground. It's much better to drive defensively, especially at first.
The country has an excellent and very quiet motorway network that only busies up around the cities; elsewhere you can find nothing else in sight on the road. The government have invested heavily in major infrastructure projects including roads and highways following many years of low investment and maintenance. A new link road from Paphos Airport
to the city opened in 2016 providing relief from nearby villages of the airport traffic not using the motorway. Drivers frequently use their horns; if you are slow off the mark at traffic lights or junctions or if there is a wedding procession of cars.
The public transport system is improving so more people are taking advantage of cheap and good quality bus systems but there are no trains.