The program includes more than $12 million in improvements for roads in the South-West, including stretches of Bussell Highway and the South Western Highway.
It also includes more than $10 million in improvements to the Wheatbelt Region; $3 million for Metropolitan State Roads; nearly $2.5 million for the Great Southern Region and more.
The program aims to reduce the incidence and consequences of single vehicle run-off crashes, crashes at major intersections and other major road safety risks on the network.
Mr Nalder said in a statement that since its inception in 2005-06, the $314 million in allocations to Safer Roads Program had funded 235 safety improvement projects across the State.
The Safer Roads Program aims to improve road safety on major highways and main roads through the provision of treatments such as additional overtaking lanes, the reconstruction of sections of road to eliminate bends and crests and the sealing of shoulders.