Yes, it's definitely "Bus Chauffeur" here.
On the Swiss Driving Licence is "Führerausweis".
"Fahren" means to drive or ride and "führen" means to lead or drive, depending on the vehicle involved.
In England we have "Parteiführer" - Party Leader and in CH we have "Parteipresident".
"Führer" is a word of endless connotation for the British, and "fahrt" is an endless source of mirth when British relatives come to visit!!
There is also "Autolenker" - car driver.
Such rich linguistic pickings.