For the majority of the time Cyr's been in operation, it has been ensuring children make it safely to and from school by supplying buses, drivers, or both to 18 different school districts from Bangor to Farmingdale. The company also provides tours for vacationers looking to take in the Eastern U.S. or Canada.
"We also do a line run from Bangor to Caribou, round trip every day. We've been doing that now since 1984," said Cyr.
To say the company has grown a lot over the last century is an understatement.
"We went from around 14 vehicles to 250 vehicles," said Joe. “We've got a fleet but we have to replace it so often. If we didn't have to do that, we'd be rich, just like if we didn't have to buy fuel we'd be rich."
But the wealthiest investment of all for this company has been the number of Cyr family members that have earned a living keeping the family business running and rolling.
"I'm 44 and it's the only place I've ever worked," said Mike Cyr, the company's IT expert. For him, working with family has been enjoyable.
"Sometimes it's the greatest thing and sometimes it's not," said Mike. "I'm lucky. My younger sister works here. She's the book keeper and she brings her two babies in and that's nice."
But transportation hasn't always been the easiest field to work in since gas prices rose to over $3 a gallon.
"The economy has slowed us down the past year or so, but we're gaining back," said Joe.
And with 100 years of experience to draw upon, managing and providing transportation for another century to come should be a smooth ride for the Cyr business and family.