Step bunching during epitaxial growth results in the transformation of a vicinal surface into a periodic array of micro-facets. Molecular beam epitaxial growth on the vicinal GaAs (110) surface exhibits this phenomenon which has primarily been characterized by electron microscopy. GaAs quantum wells with AlAs barriers were grown on GaAs(110) substrates vicinal 0.5-2· towards . The faceting on the vicinal surface creates two distinct quantum well thicknesses. While most of the quantum well is 96Å thick, it broadens at the faceted regions. This thickness modulation produces two distinct luminescence peaks. By using temperature dependent photoluminescence, we have observed trends in exciton mobility. The exciton mobility decreases at low temperatures for the 1.0° and 2.0° samples, indicating a scattering mechanism. We will discuss interface roughness and other sources of scattering.