Former city of Central Indokistan
|Established||22 January 2011|
|• Mayor||Badra Shidqi (last)|
|• Total||.55 km2 (0.21 sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+7 (WIB)|
The City of Trastraad (Indonesian: Kota Trastraad), commonly known as Trastraad, was a city in Central Indokistan. It was the second-largest city in the region after Jumstraad and regarded as the "third city of Indokistan", thus its name. Trastraad was the host for the central office of Indokistan Technology Development Center and Indokistan Armed Forces intelligence branch, INTELIN.
The city was established on 22 January 2011 after Farhan Abbas decreed the formation of cities that will divide the city-state of Indokistan. Despite being second largest city, Trastraad hold less influence than Jumstraad or Flastraad in the region, with only small numbers of government institutions based from the city. Trastraad became the entry point for visitors entering the region from Indonesia (the exit point was in Flastraad).
Trastraad had largest building of the region which hosted the Indokistan Technology Development Center and INTELIN. Besides the building, an indoor Trastraad Square was the largest of its kind in the state. It functioned as a football field and hosted daily military exercise.